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'Diet goggles' invented to hack senses, reduce appetite


'Diet goggles' invented to hack senses, reduce appetite
NBC4i.com

A team of Japanese scientists claim to have invented the perfect way to shed the pounds: using diet goggles. Researchers at the University of Tokyo's Cyber Interface Lab say that virtual reality headsets can hack our senses in ways that reduce appetite

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